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  • The Talmud, 5th division of the Kodashim, in the chapter called Middoth meaning measurements describes the white and black dress code.

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  • Of the insolences of the Greeks against the Temple, we read in Middoth: "In the railed place" [that divided the Chel from the court of the Gentiles] there were thirteen breaches which the kings of Greece made upon it, &c.

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  • In Middoth, "the chamber of salt, the chamber of Happarva, the chamber of them that was," were on the north side: in those, they are said to be on the south.

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • The tract Middoth assigns these to the south side; "The chamber of wood, the chamber of the spring water, the chamber Gazith."

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  • They, therefore, apply themselves to the purging of the Temple, making up the breaches; and, as Middoth in the place above speaks, "Those thirteen breaches, which the Grecians had made, they repaired; and, according to the number of those breaches, they instituted thirteen adorations."

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • We enter not into disputes, but follow those things that are more probable, the Middoth being our guide.

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • Then the Mishnah, Middoth, I, 9, mentions a tunnel leading under the Temple to a bath-house within the enclosure, where ceremonial cleansing could be performed.

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  • East of this court opposite the house of God (12) rose a superb gateway, the most beautiful of all, which according to Josephus and the Mishna (Middoth, I, 4) was the gift of Nicanor, a wealthy

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  • Middoth, a baraitha gives the opinions of the ancient doctors on the subject.

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  • Middoth, II, 5, there were also in this court four chambers in which certain women were lodged.

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